Category: Meat processing

Summer Grilling – Not Just for Burgers

With the summer weather showing its face, that also means grilling season has commenced. While many customers are heading outside to cook, whether it’s the park or the porch, not everyone has time to embrace the barbecue with their busy work schedule. That’s where the prepared food department at your local grocery store can fill… Read more »

Customers, businesses appreciate locally sourced meat

Over the past few decades, the divide between eating at home and dining out has closed. Prepared foods are the culmination of this equilibrium, combining the comforts of a home-cooked meal with on-the-go convenience and an affordable price point. So it’s no surprise that, according to the 2016 The Why? Behind the Dine consumer survey from… Read more »

Should your business cut its meat on site?

The choice to invest in meat cutting technology involves more than double checking the price tag. Before you purchase an industrial meat saw, take time to consider these vital questions.

Dry aged meats at a grocery store nearby

What makes dry aged meats taste so impossibly delicious, and how can the commercial foodservice industry take advantage of this mouthwatering trend?

3 millennial spending habits and what they mean for retail food

All retailers aim to move where the money is, and these days, that means following millennial spending trends. This enormous generation, comprised of consumers born between 1980 and 2000, made up around one-third of the U.S. population in 2013 according to the White House Council of Economic Advisers. Retailers marketing to this generation can’t rely… Read more »

New food trends mean supermarkets must adapt

The prepared foods section of supermarkets and grocery stores has various food trends to follow now that 2016 is already underway. To get a head start on the rest of the year, retailers may need to develop new strategies or change the department to fit the products customers are currently craving. Identifying products that are… Read more »